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: loud thud sound) what a strange place. geico®. fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more on car insurance. >> bret: welcome back to inglewood, colorado. arapahoe county. the first presidential debate down the road in denver. a couple of states away in nevada the president is preparing for wednesday's first chief white house correspondent ed henry is traveling with the president. >> reporter: debate prep for president obama in the comfort of lake las vegas, a swank resort community that boasts megamansions from celebs like celine dion and microcosm of nevada's boom and bust. it was rocked by the housing crisis. families lost homes, while expensive hotels like the ritz carlton vaulted. though the development is starting to climb back. >> i just want to get back to work. i don't care who is the president. >> down the road in henderson, harsher reality. abandoned shopping centers, foreclosed homes and voters like kenneth may has been looking for work for three long years. >> i'm a democrat and i'm leaning toward obama of course. if romney has a great plan to get me back to wo
. ♪ chances are, you're not made of money, so don't overpay for motorcycle insurance. geico, see how much you could save. >> bret: back outside the richie center, the top human resources official at the veterans administration resigned over another spending scandal. obama administration appointee john sepelveda quit as an inspector general report detailed abuses at v.a. summit in orlando that cost more than $6 million tax dollars. massive cuts are holding over the defense industry at the end of the year. we talked about that before. the obama administration wants contractors to hold off on layoff notices. not only that, the administration is promising something else that has republicans in an uproar in washington. fox business network correspondent rich edison explains from washington tonight. good evening. >> good evening. it's called the warn act, and it says certain contractors must give their workers 60 days' notice ahead of layoffs. with more than $50 million in automatic defense cuts hitting january 2, companies should start warning the employees before election day, but not so fast. ob
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